Marquette Momentum is a regular series of stories that highlight progress at Marquette as the university implements its strategic plan, Beyond Boundaries. Have a story for Marquette Momentum? Submit your idea online and put “Marquette Momentum” in the description. As the Marquette community takes a deep dive this year on the drive to achieve health […]
Wish you were one of those people blessed with creativity? You’re already one of them, says a communication course specializing in design thinking that students have found life-altering.
Supply chain management and commercial real estate industries are inextricably linked. So it’s no wonder the directors of Marquette Business’ respective centers are good friends, often having long conversations about how their worlds converge. What follows are choice excerpts from one of their chats — Drs. Doug Fisher and Mark Eppli on retail’s Amazon effect, parking structures and driverless vehicles.
How do we perceive a sudden twig snap as a possible threat? Dr. Marieke Gilmartin turns on and off different parts of the brain to solve this mystery.
A researcher’s growing body of work explores how prejudice, discrimination and state policies affect the daily realities of Arab and Muslim Americans.
Driven to adapt his pioneering and proven treatment methods in new ways, Dr. Robert Fox keeps expanding his influence on young children with behavior problems.
Conducting research at Marquette and in Panama, Dr. Stefan Schnitzer is finding that aggressive vines are strangling some of the life out of tropical rain forests — and impairing the forests’ ability to curb climate change.
Marquette Assistant Financial Aid Director Mark Levine works overtime to get more Milwaukee Public Schools completing the forms they need to qualify for financial aid, wherever they plan to go to college.
At the beginning of a Mission Week focusing on racial justice, Dr. Daniel Bergen, executive director of Marquette’s Office of Community Engagement, offers a reflection titled “‘I’m not going’— Meeting one another in the space underneath the table.”
Over 200 years after philosopher Immanuel Kant created ground rules for the perfect dinner party, Marquette’s Kantian Dinner Party Initiative brings strangers together to foster civil debate and dialogue in Milwaukee.